Dons boss Derek McInnes would love another magnificent seven against Dundee but says one goal will be enough if they win.
Aberdeen take on the Dee at Pittodrie this afternoon.
The last time the pair met in March at Dens Park, the Reds were rampant and racked up seven goals, including a hat-trick from left-back Andrew Considine.
While McInnes would love a similar scoreline today, one goal would be enough for him if his side get the three points.
He said: “No two games are ever the same but the last time we played Dundee it was a brilliant night for us and a very strong performance, a memorable one for our supporters.
“Some of our moves were great, but we don’t expect it to be like that at all today.
“But it is nice to remember the quality we possess and a lot of the same players will play tomorrow.
“It’s all about winning and we’d like to win with a really impressive performance and we’ll set out to do that.
“The players are getting their own form going and getting into a flow of things and a run of things now we’re 7 games in.
“We’re trying to put that demand on them to find their form and reach their potential and on the back of that we want a strong team performance and a win.”
McInnes is hoping his team can beat the Taysiders today and Partick Thistle at Firhill next weekend to go into the international break with six wins from six domestically (five in the league and one in the Betfred Cup).
He added: “We’ve got two games now before we go into the international break and we want to try maximise the points before the international break and the first one to try to stop us doing that will be Dundee.
“I think right now we have had a decent start domestically but if we can get two wins then it would go from a decent start to a great start because that is the first part of the season and we have got into the next round of the cup and are sitting with maximum points.
“Nobody will give us the points, we have to go and earn them and I don’t think we can look too far ahead of ourselves.
“Dundee will come up here, knowing Neil McCann, and give his team every confidence that they can get a result.
“We’ve got overcome that aspect of it and impose ourselves on the game and show the importance of the three points.”
Dundee are much changed since their last meeting with Aberdeen.
Paul Hartley has been replaced by Neil McCann as manager and the new boss has brought in a lot of new faces during the close season.
The men from the City of Discovery have lost their opening two Premiership matches at home to Ross County (2-1) and away to Hamilton (3-0).
But they have started well in the Betfred Cup and beat rivals Dunde United to reach the quarter-finals of the Betfred Cup.
McInnes, who has a fully fit squad for today’s encounter, insists Dundee’s form is not something they are focusing on.
He said: “Neil, while there are some familiar faces there, he has brought some new ones in as well playing their first season in the SPFL.
“They have also got to get an understanding of the league and the country.
“But I think there are good enough players and Neil has a good enough squad to suggest they will win before long and get up and running in the league we just have to hope it’s not this Saturday.
“The fact is they will win soon enough and we just have to concentrate on ourselves.
“Whether Dundee ahd come here having won or lost their first two games we just have to concentrate on our own performance.”